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And this is a page which was made in an attempt to collect my various unrelated favorite stuff in one single place (or better still, on one page); meaning that it was supposed to (and it more or less does) contain links to sites that I've discovered lately on the Internet (for instance sites with interesting articles/information etc.), list sites with useful features, engines, and other online services etc. And regarding other things, you'll also find links to my friends' home-sites, links to a few funny-sites and similar, while previously it also contained screenshots of my desktop (three variants, with a different branches of "Blackbox for Windows" shell and a different walpaper) that I've uploaded back then.


Anyway, in the first section on this page I am listing nicely sorted, described, and linked online features/engines, starting with the Furl bookmark-sharing community, continuing with ImageShack free image-hosting website, Yousendit file sending/mailing service, FreezePage snap-shooting service, egoSurf publishers' ego measuring engine, OpenDNS, and finally ending with a BabelFish text/page-translation service; all five of them being crucial online services.

Furl - Online Bookmarks Replacement and Documents ArchiverFurl is the first engine/feature that I list/mentioned here, which is a totally awesome online service (so-called online social-bookmarking community) that saves you a lot of time and disk-space. In fact, it lets you save practically anything you see in your browser. The easiest way to do that is to add the "Furl It" button right on the toolbar of your browser. When you find something you want to save, you click the "Furl It" button. That opens up a new window with the title and URL of the page you are looking at already filled in. You then have the option of adding comments to, rating, and categorizing the page. When you're done, click "Save", and that's it. The next time you view your archive you will see the new entry.

See these links to get more information:

http://www.furl.net, http://www.furl.net/getStarted.jsp, http://www.furl.net/toolbar/index.jsp, http://www.furl.net/toolbar/moz.jsp

ImageShack - Free Image Hosting SolutionImageShack is the second engine/feature which offers a free image hosting. It can be used to share pictures with friends, as well as post images on message boards and blogs. It can also be used to direct link images from your personal website or online auction. And best of all, it's completely free. ImageShack uses a highly reliable dedicated Linux server network to provide its digital content hosting service.

See here to create you very own account:

http://imageshack.us, http://www.imageshack.us, http://www.imageshack.us/faq.php, http://www.imageshack.us/features.php

Yousendit - E-mail File Attachment Sending EngineYousendit is the third engine/feature which will automatically email your recipient a link to your file stored on our server. You only select a file to send (photos, audio, documents or anything else), and click on Send. Your file will be then stored by YouSendIt without ever filling up your recipient's mailbox. You only choose who you want to send a file to (it can be anyone with an email address). You can even specify multiple email addresses separated by commas.

Check out these links below for more info:

http://s13.yousendit.com, http://s13.yousendit.com/howdoesitwork.aspx, http://www.yousendit.com/solutions.aspx, http://www.yousendit.com/about.aspx

FreezePage - My Frozen PagesFreezePage is the fourth engine/feature, which is basically a website that offers a feature to "freeze page(s)", i.e. it enables you to freeze the current state of an optional page on the Internet; in fact you can freeze a state of any page, not like with Internet Archive engine: http://www.archive.org, which archives pages by itself and you can only view those. These "freezed pages" can be in fact even used as a legal evidence in court or similar.

Check these links to get more information:

http://www.freezepage.com, http://www.freezepage.com/intro.htm, http://www.freezepage.com/faq.htm, http://www.freezepage.com/button.htm

egoSurf - Ego surfing without the guiltThen the egoSurf, the fifth engine/feature that helps to measure the web publishers ego. You simply enter your name and your website's or blog's web-address and egoSurf engine then searches the "Google" and finds the links pointing to it so that it can calculate your "ego ranking" (i.e. where/how it appears/ranks), while it can search other search engines too; one only needs to click "more option" and select them. Using one degree of separation, it looks at each page retrieved, and seek out links to your sites (the deep searching routes-out even the most obscure references), and the "egopoints algorithm" is then applied to the result. For instance, I enter "Ivan Tadej" into the search phrase, and "http://users.volja.net/tayiper" into the web resources part.

Go here to create you very own account:

http://www.egosurf.org, http://www.egosurf.org/about.php, http://www.egosurf.org/faq.php, http://www.egosurf.org/blog

OpenDNS - Providing A Safer And Faster DNSFurther there is OpenDNS, the sixth online service that offers free DNS-resolution (i.e. hostname vs. IP queries resolving instead of your ISP's name-servers) providing anti-phishing, typo-correction, Shortcuts, Web content filtering (domain blocking by various criteria), and numerous other features. To configure your own computer to use OpenDNS you just need to enter OpenDNS's DNS servers (i.e. and IPs) instead of your default ISP's under your connection's "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" section's settings (right-click -> Properties, in LAN's case it's under General tab, and in dial-up connections' case under Networking tab), but rather see: https://www.opendns.com/start page for detailed instructions on how to set it up on your computer. In other words, as its name implies, it's a globally available DNS (a network of name-servers) that anyone can use and which additionally also offers a protection from phishing sites and even correcting typos "on the fly". First if offered only servers located in the U.S., but on 2007 new years' eve it put online also a server based in London, UK. I especially find it useful in cooperation with a DNSKong program.

Check these links to get more information:

http://www.opendns.com/start, http://www.opendns.com/faq, http://www.opendns.com/what, http://www.opendns.com/who, http://www.opendns.com/blog, http://system.opendns.com, http://www.opendns.com/stats

Yahoo! Babel Fish - Text Translation and Web Page TranslationAnd finally BabelFish, the seventh engine/feature which is a translation-engine (guess why BabelFish?) that is capable of translating any text from almost any language to some other language (it works in "language-pairs"); see the this engine on the left side. It is even capable of translating the whole pages from English to the language of your country for instance. It is also capable of translating any arbitrary text that you put into the input-window (though there are some limits on the text-size), while you may also notice another "form" of BabelFish script on my site. It's the one that translates this page (the one you are currently viewing) to one of the most commonly spoken languages (even to Chinese, Japanese etc.); while this one resides at the bottom of each separate page (for visitors to be able to translate them), and all you need to do to start the translation process is to click on the desired flag.

You can translate your text/get banners here:

http://babelfish.altavista.com, http://babelfish.altavista.com/babelfish, http://babelfish.altavista.com/babelfish/tr, http://www.altavista.com/help/free/free_searchbox_transl


Three computing paradoxes

Also I just need to post these three links; the links to explanations of the three computing-related paradoxes from the Explanation Guide Info homesite, see this website here: http://explanation-guide.info, for everybody to surely read it. It is a website with various explanations, definitions, terms and so on, both for the computing/technology and non-computing/technology related topics. It is somehow similar to the Wikipedia free encyclopedia, check out this website: http://en.wikipedia.org, and also see my contributions few paragraphs below. Anyways, here they are "Birthday Paradox": http://explanation-guide.info/meaning/Birthday-paradox.html, "Sleeping barber problem": http://explanation-guide.info/meaning/Sleeping-barber-problem.html, "Dining philosophers problem": http://explanation-guide.info/meaning/Dining-philosophers-problem.html.

The "drop-down box" menu

A few files available for download

Well, and I will place here the various configuration and system files that are meant for download (only temporarily though), which were so far located in the "OPEN or GET" "drop/pull-down" menu. So here is the list of them: /script/Batch-Files.zip, /script/hosts, /script/Winnt.sif, /script/robots.txt, /script/Eicar-Signature.txt, /script/fast-one.style, /script/MBM5_logs.zip, /script/menu.rc, /script/user.js.

A few computing related quotes

(to see other quotes just refresh the page)

The TinyURL "create" input-field


(enter a long URL to make it tiny URL)

The JavaScript Message-Box

This is just a simple example script of the JavaScript language, with no purpose really. This programming language is an easy to use/learn one, well-known and commonly embedded in web pages. Just type something in the box, and then click on that "MsgBox" button. Your input will then pops-up, displayed in a small prompt-window. Note that this JavaScript script is/was written by me entirely (so I know the whole syntax and concept), compare to the "OPEN or GET" drop-down or pull-down menu script, which was created with one of "JavaScript Tools" engines on EchoEcho site, the Tools section: http://www.echoecho.com/tools.htm, i.e. particularly with this engine here: http://www.echoecho.com/tooldropdown.htm.

Links that were on "root-main"

Network Ready Response - The Missions NetworkeEye - Digital SecurityExperts Exchange - The First IT Professional Collaboration Network On The WebAll Net Tools - The Most Useful Security/Test Tools Available OnlineCastleCops - Because Security Is EverythingArs Technica - The PC Enthusiast's Resource

Silicon - Breaking Business and Technology NewsUnited Devices - Grid Computing SolutionsOpenCores - Open Digital Modules CoresSlashdot - News For Nerds, Stuff That MattersEchoEcho - Free Online Web Hosting And TutorialsOSNews - Exploring The Future Of Computing

Links to a few unsorted sites 1

And finally links to my friends' home-sites, and further few quiz-sites (few lines below this paragraph), then sites with jokes, animations, games and similar (no offensive stuff or whatsoever), see it as a "non-tech" part of this page. Surely - more has to come also in this "area" of my homesite, but if you must see others, I recommend to check my "bookmarks.html" file by pressing the "GO!" button above under "The "drop-down box" menu" section.

Links to sites of my friends:

http://pavle.kocbek.si, http://pavlekocbek.blogspot.com, http://ruph.sopca.com, http://www.interactive-multimedia-systems.net, http://users.volja.net/matej4esnm/index.htm, http://www.geocities.com/robert_habic, http://www.ouroborots.com, http://www.tobonet.com, http://www.dubletruble.com, http://freeweb.siol.net/muzzzika/slo/index.htm, http://freeweb.siol.net/muzzzika/dublehome/index.htm

Quiz-sites, tests, funny-sites:

http://web.tickle.com/tests, http://fun.techradium.com, http://www.okayamigo.com, http://coolsextest.com/366898, http://thecenter2000.com/access2b.htm, http://www.derivo.chrabailkal-test/hypnose/index.htm, http://www.liquidgeneration.com/home.asp

More or less anti-USA games:

http://www.miniclip.com/Homepage.htm, http://www.miniclip.com/Downloads.htm, http://emogame.com/bushgame.html, http://emogame.com/emogamemarch/index2004.htm, http://www.bushrecall.org/ctt.asp?u=1802746&l=12502, http://www.rockpapersaddam.com/index.html

Animations, games, and stuff:

http://www.ngc.tv/play, http://www.ngc.tv/play/games/JOMGame/index.asp, http://web4096.message.sk/round2/flash/9/index.html, http://www.foulds2000.freeserve.co.uk/economists.htm, http://www.bml.psy.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/Demos/BMLwalker, http://flash.trojangames.co.uk/tgames/movies/movie2.html

Links to a few unsorted sites 2

While in regards to a few other websites that yould belong here,I know for a long time that my home-website is listed on the The Missions Network website: http://network.readyresponse.org, particularly under the "affiliates" section: http://network.readyresponse.org/index.php?item=affiliates, on the LangaList newsletter website: http://www.langa.com, on in fact two separate "Readersites" pages: website: http://www.langa.com/readersites8.htm (events.html), website: http://www.langa.com/readersites15.htm (main-link), and on few other website too of course (for instance, recently it was added to XFN Relationship Lookup Engine: http://www.rubhub.com; the "50webs" variant, see here: http://www.rubhub.com/main/site/?115697), I had no idea that it is listed or at least mentioned on so many other sites; and naturally I don't count those ones, on which I posted a comment (which usually contain a link to my home-website in a signature), further I don't count my friends' sites, forums where I frequent and so on. So yesterday when I was browsing the Internet (this was on 12.4.2006), I got to this results-page on "MSN Search": http://search.msn.com/results.aspx?q=Tadej%27s+homepage&FORM=QBHP (I searched for "Tadej's computing homepage"), and so I discovered that a link to my website was added to links.htm page: http://www.mdgx.com/links.htm of AXCEL216/MDGx's Windows tricks and secrets related home-website: http://www.mdgx.com (see it also being mentioned on the "tweaks.html" page), and further I looked, more references I found; btw. my website will also soon be listed on Dave's Computer Tips: http://www.davescomputertips.com since I've become its affiliate.

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